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VicRoads

A proud legacy of road safety VicRoads is Victoria’s road agency managing over 22,000 kilometres of roads, 3,133 bridges, processing more than 22 million transactions a year for 3.7 million licensed drivers and 4.9 million registered vehicles. Based in offices all over regional and metropolitan Victoria, VicRoads staff help make sure Victorians can get from […]

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Main Roads WA (Eulop roundabout)

A traffic solution One of Western Australia’s worst accident Black Spots in the State’s South West has been transformed into a highly efficient traffic solution that won a 2013 Engineering Excellence Award. Located at the entrance to one of the State’s major regional centres of Bunbury, the Eelup roundabout won the Regional Award category for […]

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SA Water

SA Water

A legacy project   The North South Interconnection System Project (NSISP) is a $403 million upgrade of Adelaide’s water supply system. From start to finish, the project consisted of a range of works, and involved combining new and existing infrastructure to connect up the city’s northern and southern water supply networks. The goal was to […]

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Arkaba Hotel

Arkaba Hotel

Old school service   The Arkaba is a four-star hotel, located only five minutes from Adelaide’s CBD. They provide affordable luxury accommodation, a complete package of entertainment and function facilities, and an impressing array of dining options. Their excellence has been regularly rewarded with loyalty from customers and recognition from the industry – such as […]

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Tinamba Hotel

Tinamba Hotel

Destination dining   The Tinamba Hotel has a long history in the dairy farming town of Victoria it’s named after. The hotel was first established over 125 years ago, and has evolved considerably in the time since. One of the most significant periods of evolution occurred only four years ago, in 2009, when the business […]

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Servcorp

Servcorp

International space   As a leading provider of serviced and virtual offices, Servcorp has always been committed to making it make it possible for businesses to succeed and grow. The company offers furnished suites, boardrooms and assistant staff as well as the best communications technology available. It now boasts serviced offices in 140 locations across […]

Posted in Ed.3 Vol.09,Infrastructure | Read More »

Canberra Airport

Canberra Airport

  The best small airport in the world   Canberra Airport plays an ever-growing role as a national transportation hub, commercial business park, and retail destination – but it hasn’t always. From humble beginnings as a lone paddock in 1924, the Airport has evolved into one of the most significant infrastructure projects in the ACT. […]

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Rob Carr Pty Ltd.

Rob Carr

Leaders in pipes Rob Carr Pty Ltd is a leader in underground pipe and service installations, with a number of completed projects in sewage, drainage, water, telecommunication and energy infrastructure. They have worked for a wide range of clients, including government authorities, construction companies, and corporations in the private sector, and have developed a reputation […]

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JK Williams Contracting

JK Williams Contracting is a civil engineering company that does not make promises lightly. While other companies promise the world and – all too often – fail to deliver, the people at Williams pride themselves on delivering what they pledged and more. This is because they never compromise on their core values, which include integrity and […]

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Advance Civil Engineering

Advance Civil Engineering is a company that does not shy away from a challenge. They couple that courage with the skill to back it up, and that combination has driven them to over 30 years of success. As specialists in concrete structures associated with civil engineering and mining projects, they have forged an unrivalled reputation […]

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